Interested in knowing more about Kenneth Roberts? While there is little on the internet on him (hopefully this website remedies that to some extent), people in Maine still seek to keep Roberts’ legacy alive. According to A Guide to Maine Museums, some (or all?) of Roberts’ estate is kept at a Kennebunk, Maine museum called the Brick Store Museum. Oh, to be able to visit Maine for more than two days (as I did in August 2009)! If you have a chance to visit beautiful Maine, stop by Kennebunk to visit the Brick Store Museum.
Speaking of Roberts’ estate, I got to wondering if his house in Kennebunk had sold. So, I Googled his info and stumbled across a real estate site that listed “Kenneth Roberts Cottage House at Kennebunk Beach.“ It’s only listed for $840,000! You can view some pics of this cottage here. So, not only did Roberts live at 39 Rocky Pastures Rd in Kennebunkport, ME, he had himself a nice little cottage as well.
Speaking of Roberts’ Rocky Pastures estate, it’s still for sale for a mere $2.7 million.